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The Walters Art Museum abruptly shut its doors for three weeks starting in mid-June after about half a dozen employees became ill from inhaling fumes from chemicals used to repair the roof of one of the museum’s buildings.Walters Art Museum closed for three weeks after employees exposed to vapors|Mary Carole McCauley|August 26, 2021|Washington Post
Inhaling any residual fumes from it could damage your airways or worsen any respiratory condition.
Last week, in partnership with The Texas Tribune and NBC Universal, we published a story about a family poisoned by carbon monoxide fumes in Houston during the severe winter storms and power failures in February.How We Report on Pain, Death and Trauma Without Losing Our Humanity|by Karim Doumar|August 26, 2021|ProPublica
Gas generators are the standard method of bringing power to the powerless, but the fumes, weight, and noise prevent these big engines from being in-home power supplies or good portable camping generators.Best electric generator: The top picks to keep your fridge and phone running|Dan Bergstein|August 25, 2021|Popular-Science
Yes, they could run on fumes for a bit, relying on long-standing relationships and ingrained behaviors to keep some semblance of their culture alive in the digital realm.
In 1639 Venner published a volume entitled "A Treatise" concerning the taking of the fume of tobacco.
But the contemplation of his grief disturbs his equanimity more and more, and he begins to fret and fume.Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician|Frederick Niecks
The Commissary continued to fume about the disgraceful charges brought against his men until they reached camp.Si Klegg, Book 2 (of 6)|John McElroy
They could only stand with lowered heads and fume and rumble.Space Prison|Tom Godwin
A colourless liquor comes over first, and then a thick white fume, which condenses into the transparent liquor above mentioned.